Arch of Claudius

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Arch of Claudius  (51/52) 
SPQR
Inscribed on arches on the Aqua Virgo in Rome, at Boulogne, France, and at Cysicus, Turkey, AD 51 or 52

The Roman Senate and People to Tiberius Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus, son of Drusus, Pontifex Maximus, Tribunician power eleven times, Consul five times,[1] Imperator 22 times, Censor, Father of the Fatherland, because he received the surrender of eleven kings of the Britons defeated without any loss,[2] and first brought barbarian peoples across the Ocean into the dominion of the Roman people.

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  1. Claudius's fifth consulship was in 51. (Wikisource contributor note)
  2. The Cyzicus inscription ends here. (Wikisource contributor note)